This school year, Hawthorn Leadership Academy opened its doors as the first all-girls public charter school in Missouri.
David Nicklaus’ latest column, “Tax credit would be better for workers than minimum wage hike,” is one well worth re
At long last, UberX has begun operating in Saint Louis.
Just not legally.
In 1992, Patrick Geraty founded St. Louis Composting. Patrick was in the landscaping industry and was looking for a way to diversify his business. “I was also wondering what to do with all this yard waste,” he tells me.
As someone who often writes about alternative educational opportunities, I’m ashamed to admit that even I had some misconceptions about homeschooling prior to attending the Greater Saint Louis
California teacher Laura Randazzo is not just a teacher—she’s a teacherpreneur.
In Heywood Sanders’ book Convention Follies, he writes about the failure of convention centers and hotels to lead to economic development—or even recoup the costs of the investments themselves.
I’ll bet that’s what Phelps County officials are thinking as they set out to create a new tax increment financing (TIF) district in Rolla. This time they want a new marketplace on the north side of Interstate 44.
Historically, the Show-Me Institute has rarely joined lawsuits or amicus briefs in Supreme Court cases. But this week, along with several other state public-policy research and educational organizations, the Institute filed an amicus brief in support of the plaintiffs in Friedrichs v.